The fuel system is an important part of an engine, and this is because it helps to store and supply the fuel to the engine. The quiz below is the perfect trivia quiz about a fuel system and is designed to see just how much you know about keeping it performing effectively. Give it a try and see how much you know.
Questions and Answers
FUEL FLOW FOR IDLE:
RPM AT IDLE:
FTIT TEMP AT IDLE:
OIL PRESSURE AT IDLE:
NOZZLE POS FOR IDLE:
HYD PRESS FOR IDLE, INT AND MAX AUG:
RPM FOR INT:
MAX AUG RPM:
FTIT FOR INT OR MAX AUG:
OIL PRESSURE FOR INT AND MAX AUG:
NOZZLE POS FOR INT:
NOZZLE POS WHEN IN SEC:
NOZZLE POS WHEN IN MAX AUG (BURNER):
MOTORING OF JFS FOR GREATER THAN 1 MINUTE AND NOT TO EXCEED 4 MINUTES REQUIRES _______ MINUTES OF COOLING FOR EACH MINUTE.
MAXIMUM ENGINE RPMS ALLOWED WITHOUT AIRCRAFT RESTRAINT IS:
ENGINE LIGHT OFF SHOULD OCCUR WITHIN ______ SECONDS AFTER ADVANCING THROTTLE TO IDLE.
HYD/OIL PRESS WARNING LIGHT SHALL GO OUT BY THE TIME OIL PRESSURE REACHES _____ PSID.
JFS RUN LIGHT SHOULD COME ON WITHIN ________ SECONDS AFTER START 2 IS INITIATED.
SEC LIGHT GOES OUT AT _______% RPM
JFS AUTOMATICALLY SHUTS DOWN AT _____% RPM
STBY GEN LIGHT GOES OUT AT ____% RPM
ENG LIGHT GOES OUT AT _____% RPM.
IF ENGINE START IS BEING ACCOMPLISHED FOR LOW ENERGY IGNITION CHECK (LOW-E), _______ LIGHT WILL NOT COME ON.
_________ INDICATES A NO-LIGHT CONDITION IN THE AUGMENTER.
DAMAGE TO FUEL PUMP OR ENGINE FLAMEOUNT MAY RESULT WHEN ENGINE IS TO BE RUN WITH _______ CAUTION LIGHT ON.